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Developing principles and guidelines for local teacher-initiated adaptation in implementation of evidence-based interventions (ASUF 30006861)

This study is focused on reviewing 39 schools in Ohio and Pennsylvania that were part of a previous research study that was conducted five years ago where a drug prevention intervention called “Keepin’ It Real” was implemented by following-up with the principals on issues of sustainability, in order to examine whether they were able to keep the program going. If so, what challenges have they encounter and, if not, what prevented them from sustaining this program?

Project Details


Felipe Castro
Principal Investigator

CONHI Faculty
No additional faculty on project.
Research Area(s)
Families
Adolescents
Population Health
Public/Community Health
Sponsor
Arizona State University Foundation (ASUF)/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Funding Duration
2015 to 2017